This Italianate church was built on the foundations of its late eighteenth-century predecessor, which had burned. Despite later additions that have cluttered the exterior, the main body of the wood-frame church is still visible. A projecting western tower and steeple are joined to a rectangular nave with bracketed cornices. The church is named for Anne Nimmo, who deeded the property to the church in 1791.
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Nimmo United Methodist Church
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